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College of Education > Departments > Philosophical Foundations & Technology > Minors > Instructional Design
Instructional Design Minor
WHAT IS THE INSTRUCTIONAL DESIGN MINOR ABOUT?
Instructional Design Minor students will learn to apply theory, research, creativity, and problem-solving skills to a variety of technology applications in order to improve learning. Students will also develop the skills to assess, create, and manage training materials. The combination of these skills will help to support technology supported training in educational institutions and corporate training classrooms. Through coursework, students will gain the experience needed to efficiently and effectively use technology and multimedia tools.

IS THE INSTRUCTIONAL DESIGN MINOR THE RIGHT CHOICE FOR YOU?
The Minor in Instructional Design is designed for anyone who is interested in the education, training and development of learners, including licensed and pre-service teachers, specialists in art, music and literature, district curriculum developers and corporate trainers who want to increase their curriculum development skills and advance their careers.

HOW DO I ADD THE MINOR TO MY DEGREE PLAN?
Discuss the minor with your advisor. If you both agree that the minor is right for you, then compete and submit a Change of Major Form to the Records Office.

WHAT ARE THE INSTRUCTIONAL DESIGN MINOR REQUIREMENTS?
To complete the Minor in Instructional Design, 18 hours of specified course work are required. See the current catalog for program details.

FOR MORE INFORMATION
Email Wendy Cowan



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